The huge, orange sign along Wright County Road 19 north of Albertville has been hard to miss for the past several months.
With its huge "Vote No" in blue lettering, it's a bit different than much of the message behind the so-called Marriage Amendment vote in this mostly conservative, Catholic community. An informal sampling by St. Michael Patch showed "Yes" signs out-numbering "No" by a 5-to-1 margin.
The sign, on the back of a black trailer, was struck by vandals some time Wednesday night or early Thursday, with the "No" message crossed out and replaced by a "Yes" lettering in spray paint.
A reminder that election signs are private property, and misdemeanor vandalism charges may be filed against anyone caught de-facing signs.